The Difference Between Creativity Vs. Creative Learning (and How To Harness Both)

Don’t accuse us of splitting hairs: They sound like synonyms, but the terms “creative learning” and “creativity” actually have very different meanings when applied to education and learning and development. Not only would using them interchangeably be a mistake, but it might demonstrate a lack of understanding your learner altogether. Find out how creative learning and creativity are related and what it means for you–and mostly your learners.

You need creativity to create creative learning, but not vice versa. Think about it: Someone needs to be able to think creatively (meaning they develop ideas that are the combination of unique and useful) to come up with learning solutions, but a learner doesn’t necessarily need to be a creative person in order to participate.

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